Yuen Biao stars in this sequel to Mou Man Tai. In Mou Man Tai 2, Yuen Biao plays a Kung Fu master.





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Credited cast:
Takashi Okamura ...
Kensuke Kimura
Lam Kau
Wakana Sakai ...
Yumiko Ota
Lam Doi
Sam Lee ...
Shun Sugata ...
Kazuo Ota
Jung Yuen ...
Dutch Kickboxer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ge Bai
Tanya Barlow ...
Adam Chung-Tai Chan ...
(as Chung-Tai Chan)
Ga-Sin Chan
Si-Nga Chan
Wai-Lok Chan


Yuen Biao stars in this sequel to Mou Man Tai. In Mou Man Tai 2, Yuen Biao plays a Kung Fu master.

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Action | Comedy | Romance







Release Date:

6 February 2002 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

No Problem 2  »

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Dumb slapstick and so-so martial arts result in a disappointing movie.
11 September 2006 | by (Hampshire, England) – See all my reviews

Yumiko (Wakana Sakai), the pretty adopted daughter of a recently-deceased Japanese businessman, inherits control of her father's company; her uncle Kazuo (Shun Sugata), miffed that he wasn't left the business to run, orders a hit on his niece. When jug-eared chef Kensuke (Takashi Okamura) enters the wrong hotel room by mistake and knocks out hit-man Invincible (Jung Yuen), he is mistaken for the killer and sent to kill Yumiko. Instead, he falls for the pretty heiress and ends up vowing to protect her. However, she is kidnapped by Kazuo's men while Kensuke is preoccupied playing an arcade game with cop Daniel (Sam Lee).

Uncle Kazuo keeps Yumiko in a hypnotic trance, and takes control of the business, but runs into a spot of bother himself, when his gangster pals threaten to reveal his illegal activities unless he allows them total control.

Meanwhile, Kensuke teams up with two martial arts experts, Lam Kau (Yuen Baio) and Lam Doi (Candy Lo) who are hunting Invincible. He learns Kung Fu and attempts to free Yumiko.

A mixture of broad slapstick humour, spoofery and fight scenes, No Problem 2 is a disappointing film considering the talent involved: 80s kung fu superstar Yuen Baio manages a few fight scenes but is getting a little old for acrobatics these days; director Kar Lok Chin delivers the kind of dumb parody schtick I'd expect from a Scary Movie film; Jung Yuen resorts to mocking his character in Operation Scorpio; and Sam Lee… well, Sam Lee is as annoying as always!

On the other hand, Collin Chou, as gangster Ben, impressed me; he has an obviously strong screen presence which has not gone unnoticed by Hollywood—he has since starred in two of the Matrix movies and is soon to appear in D.O.A., directed by Corey Yuen. I was also impressed by Wakana Sakai, but for an entirely different reason: this beauty is easy on the eye and should go much further in the film business.

There is some fun to be had from working out what movies are being parodied, but at 104 minutes I found this film a real chore to sit through. If people pulling funny faces accompanied by silly sound effects makes you burst your sides laughing, then No Problem 2 might appeal to you. Otherwise, I would leave well alone.

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